Gene Haagenson
Gene has been a member of the Action News team since 1991. As a reporter, his emphasis is on local government, but he covers everything from traffic accidents to presidential visits.

Before coming to Fresno, he worked at television and radio stations in Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado and Alaska. He attended the University of Northern Colorado, majoring in Journalism and Theatre Arts.

He and his wife Mary live in Clovis and have three adult children and five grandchildren.

Valley growers sue over high-speed rail disruptions
The high-speed rail project is splitting farm properties. Growers say the divisions are costing them money and they claim they aren't being paid for it.
Local congressman and member of Iranian community oppose war with Iran
President Trump said he called off the attack on Iran because it would have claimed too many Iranian lives.
Fresno Police Chief says no taxpayer money to reform gang members
Supporters of the Advance Peace plan came to city hall expecting the city council to endorse their anti-gang efforts by guiding gang members into school or work.
Massive tree falls on Tulare home causing major damage
The resident's daughter said it fell sometime after midnight. Her mother was inside at the time and went to the hospital for observation but otherwise appears to have escaped uninjured.
Mosquito release underway in Fresno, Clovis neighborhoods
Male mosquitos are being released into Fresno and Clovis neighborhoods, ready to mate. But the females who seek them out will not reproduce.